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Xj40 gear selector very stiff

Xj40 automatic gear selector very stiff

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SOURCE: 2005 toyota solara automatic. Spilled

Yes go to the parts store and look in the HELP section, all of there stuff is in red pacjkaging, the package will tell you what it is, just look for the linkage retainer clip.

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SOURCE: 1999 cadillac deville automatic transmission

It is probably caused by a sticky shift cable that needs to be reluricated or replaced

Posted on Jan 30, 2010

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